It’s the end of the week so it’s no wonder the grog and euphemisms make an appearance in minute 56 of The Curse of the Black Pearl. Join us for this episode of Pirates of the Caribbean Minute as we discuss a ravenous Elizabeth Swann and her one-sided dinner with Captain Barbossa, a simulated Black Pearl sailing the ocean, a hungry monkey in need of an apple, the light and dark of apple symbolism including its use as a vessel for poison, and our favorite lines of the week in our recurring segment Really Bad Eggs.
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